Comment: Fed ponders communication strategy

The minutes of the US Fed's last monetary policy meeting, released this week, have enhanced the perception of an uncertain FOMC, and strengthened the view that further rate increases will be required. A close look at recent events show that the issue of how a talk to the markets is at the top of Fed's agenda.


New York Federal Reserve Bank president and vice-president of the rate-setting FOMC, Timothy Geithner, said earlier this week that the Fed is emerging from a

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